Top-of-the-line COM and .NET software component company Xceed used Xceed Zip for .NET and Xceed Chart for .NET in WHS and had this to say in a press release: Xceed’s components figure in the client-side and the server-side of Windows Home Server, providing both UI elements and data manipulation capabilities. First, in the Windows Home […]
A welcome to new site MyHomeServer.com dedicated to following the home server revolution. I practically like their tutorial, Upgrading the RAM on your HP MediaSmart Server. Welcome aboard guys!
SyncToy is now available as version 2.0 Beta for download from the Microsoft Download Center. SyncToy allows you to synchronize folders between your home computers and your Windows Home Server by creating multiple folder pairs that you can keep synchronized. I use it to synchronize my photos and music on my laptop and my Windows […]
Good news for those of you that are using Windows Vista on client machines with Windows Home Server. The release candidate (RC) of Windows Vista SP1 is available via Microsoft Connect to beta testers, and to subscribers to TechNet and MDSN. In addition, the RC will be available to the public next week via Microsoft’s […]
Two sites for you today that have information on how Windows Home Server has saved their day and some usability tips too. First up is WindowsObserver.Com with a real time test: “Well, I woke up this morning to a dead computer. Actually it was not so much dead as it was locked up (screens were […]
As discussed in our last post the book at Stay-At-Home Servers has now had pages added to it, and is now the complete 24 page version. The same as what will be available to buy at Amazon.
The Windows Server Solutions division of Redmond’s Microsoft is producing a 24-page children’s book, Mommy, Why Is There a Server in the House? that will be sold on Amazon.com. While Microsoft plans to distribute the children’s book at events, it hopes that people will purchase a copy on Amazon.com. “It’s designed for the technical enthusiast,” […]
[YouTube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7MbDBYlqDY] A podcaster has posted what he thinks should be included in WHS. The 8 minute video can be viewed from above or from here with details on what he thinks are the potentially missed opportunity with Microsoft’s Windows Home Server product.
How do you market a Windows Home Server to the consumer? Microsoft have started a tongue-in-cheek advertising campaign called “Stay-At-Home Servers” taking over from where the “Center for Digital Amnesia Awareness” left off. Using a video debate show called “America’s Talking” being hosted by Mark Steele, this is the first of four videos posted. More […]
Terry Walsh has confirmed that a release date for the x64 Vista Connector software will be made at the international CES show on January 8th (2008). This was also the information that was given via Microsoft and HP representatives during the Q&A session at the latest HP MediaSmart Server Webcast. HP also stated that they […]